Welcome to grand living on the Upper West Side. This Broadway-corner 7.5-room home at the Stanton is a fine example of 1920s Pre-War architecture, with oversize well-proportioned rooms perfectly arranged for both entertaining and living. The enormous entry foyer greets you upon entering, opening to the living room, dining room, bedroom wing and kitchen. Equally grand living and dining rooms together offer an unheard-of amount of shared space for entertaining and relaxation. The windowed eat-in kitchen sits right off the dining room, with under-counter washer and dryer, dishwasher and a butler’s pantry. Three large, well-proportioned bedrooms are arranged in their own private section with hallway and large linen closet. The corner master suite offers two bright exposures, en suite bath and walk-in closet. The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms, each feature two large closets. An additional staff room with full bath easily serves as a fourth bedroom. Three full baths, and 10-foot beamed ceilings. The apartment has been restored though-out with an eye towards historic integrity; original moldings, herringbone hardwood floors, original glass knob hardware, french doors. Throughout the home are superb, over-sized wood-framed wavy-glass windows carefully restored with original brass pulls. Restored bathrooms with new shower bodies and authentic vintage tiles in running bond pattern, and new faucets in the style of the era. A unique find for someone who appreciates true prewar design. The architects Sugarman and Berger completed the building in 1925, and were known for designing buildings equally beautiful with flowing functional floorplans. Standing on the southwest corner of West 94th Street and Broadway, The Stanton is in close proximity to convenient transportation options It is also within easy walking distance to the best in Upper West Side dining, shopping, theater, gourmet groceries and cultural venues. Building amenities include gym, roof deck, exercise room, common storage, meeting room, play room, and a central laundry room.